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Upcoming Events

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Past Events

Thu Apr 14
Free Film Screening of the Ayotzinapa "43" followed by discussion with the Filmmaker Charlie Minn
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Mon Mar 28
Film Screening: In the Americas with David Yetman
7:00 PM
Sat Mar 12
2016 Tucson Festival of Books: Latin American Studies Table
9:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Thu Mar 10
Pancho Villa: Hero, Popular Symbol and Commercial Product: Discussion Panel Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Columbus Raid
11:00 AM
Fri Mar 04
Violence in Latin America: A Roundtable Discussion
10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Fri Mar 04
10th Annual Monk Distinguished Professor Lecture by Dr. Sharlene Mollett,
3:30 AM
Mon Feb 29
International Curriculum Certificate for Educators Showcase
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Fri Feb 26
México Aéreo Photo Exhibit Opening Ceremony
5:00 PM
Wed Feb 24
African Slavery, Race and Class in the Americas: The Ongoing Saga of Spain's Colonial Policies
12:00 PM
Thu Feb 18
Besieged Borders: From Syria to Mexico, experts analyze the global crisis of refugees, migrants_Thursday, Feb. 18, 5:30-6:30 p.m_AME S202
5:30 PM
Fri Jan 22
SUSI Cultural Exchange: Friday, January 22nd, 2016 6:00 - 8:00 PM Education North Building (1501 E Speedway Blvd)
6:00 PM
Fri Jan 22
So Far from Allah, So Close to Mexico: Arab Immigrants in Mexico FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 4:30 PM, Manuel Pacheco ILC 150
4:30 PM
Fri Nov 20
Dr. Francisca James Hernández's Talk on Comparative Borderscapes: Ethnographic Musings on the U.S.-Mexico and Mexico-Guatemala Frontiers November 20th; Student Union: San Pedro Room; 12 Noon
12:00 PM
Thu Nov 05
The Center for Latin American Studies Presents: The 11th Annual Tinker Symposium: Dr. Deborah Levenson "Telling Other People's Stories: The Gangs of Guatemala and the Politics of Death"
5:00 PM
Tue Nov 03
Tucson premiere of Resistencia: The Fight for the Aguan Valley. A film about social resistance, hope, and the coup in Honduras. with filmmaker Jesse Freeston Tuesday, Nov. 3rd 5:30pm University of Arizona Communications Building, Rm. 206 1103 E. Universit
5:30 PM

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